Posted On: 07/21/21 9:19 AM

As summer basketball is finally beginning to cool off in the great state of Idaho, many players had standout off-seasons while playing for club teams or simply staying in the gym and honing their skills. Across the state, many players will look to improve their skills and abilities for this upcoming season to make sure that they are ready to make a run at the state tournament in March of 2022. In this two part series, we will focus on players from various parts of the state and the leaps they are looking to make. Continue reading for a look at some of the mid-summer Idaho standouts.

Northern Idaho: 

Cameren Cope Cameren Cope 6'4" | PF Coeur d'Alene | 2022 State ID , Coeur d’Alene: The Coeur d’Alene Vikings will look to return to their winning ways in the upcoming 2021-22 season with a lot of help from Cameren Cope Cameren Cope 6'4" | PF Coeur d'Alene | 2022 State ID . Cope has a great skill set already, and he has been working hard this summer to develop a more consistent jump shot from outside to pair with his ability to slash to the rim and finish over the top of shorter defenders.

Titus Yearout Titus Yearout 6'2" | PG Lapwai | 2022 State ID , Lapwai: Heading into his senior season, Yearout has already had a great

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